leek confit and lazy boh.

What does a rooster with allergies and a sinus headache do after teaching on Thursday? Make leek confit, of course. (And do laundry. And make more chile verde base. And vacuum. And scrub the dish drying rack. I have a problem with sitting still.) This recipe for leek confit also comes from Local Kitchen — so simple, so tasty. We followed Kaela’s advice and spooned this over a bowl of noodles with salt, pepper, parmesan cheese, and a little bit of goat cheese. Super easy, and so good.

I realized yesterday that I haven’t been posting as many pictures of Boh lately. Don’t worry, he’s still working just as hard as ever.

Yesterday I snapped a quick picture of my freezer. Not too much room left  — which is a good thing. Seems I am way better at playing in the kitchen than I am at reading books these days.

And here’s a shot of my idlewood — almost time to divide for the sleeves. I managed to knit a few rows while watching the first episode of Bones (Season 6) this morning, which was a lovely way to start the day. And right now, there are peaches simmering in bourbon and sugar on the stove. (Not a bad way to spend the afternoon…)

Happy first weekend of fall!

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4 thoughts on “leek confit and lazy boh.

  1. There’s our intrepid guy!!!
    Can’t wait to try the leek confit. The cherry tomato one was so easy and so delicious!

    Have a wonderful weekend.

  2. Awww Boh, workin’ hard, I see. :)

    Your Idlewood is coming along nicely… It’s a lovely pattern, and should be ready in time for plenty of late fall/winter wear. I know you must have posted this somewhere in your blog, perhaps more than once, but what are you teaching?

    I went to Sarah Lawrence College on Thursday for a lecture by Temple Grandin on Autism… it was fantastic. Being back on a college campus made me yearn for my college days!

  3. I was just wondering how youre Idlewood is coming along. Once you split, the knitting just flies … this morning is lovely and cool, so I’m hoping that fall just might be coming and a cowl will soon be appropriate.
    Tummy scratches for Boh! And hope you’re feeling better!

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